Not a whole lot Bressan can do — he likely has that before it deflects off Nelson. pic.twitter.com/eChg0zKACM— Big D Soccer (@BigDSoccer) June 28, 2021
The Revs are unbeaten in their last six games, with the last five being wins including a Wednesday night win over the New York Red Bulls. FC Dallas on the other hand is seeking their first win since early May.
FC Dallas notes:
Key player for FC Dallas - Just anyone in the attack - Seriously, the attack has struggled so much as of late that calling out a specific player feels pointless. So we’ll just stick with anyone with a pulse up top that wants to contribute tonight and pick up an upset win.
Recent history against the Revs - The two sides have not faced one another since the start of the 2019 season, a 1-1 draw in Frisco. FC Dallas is unbeaten in eight straight meetings with New England going back to 2012.
Home cooking - FC Dallas’ last eight goals have all been scored at Toyota Stadium dating back to the beginning of May. Seven different players have scored those goals, with Jader Obrian the only player to score twice in that span.
OUT: Matt Hedges (hip injury), Beni Redzic (ankle), Kyle Zobeck (quad injury)
On Loan: none
International duty: Szabolcs Schon (Hungary)
New England notes:
Containing Gil - Carles Gil, who had three assists against the Red Bulls on Wednesday, has recorded multiple assists in consecutive appearances, the first Revs player to do so since Joe-Max Moore had multiple assists in three straight games in 1998.
OUT: Luis Caicedo (Lower Body), Christian Mafla (Lower Body)
International duty: None
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